5 edition of Alternative solutions to developing-country debt problems found in the catalog.
by American Enterprise for Public Policy Research, Distributed by arrangement with University Press of America in Washington, D.C, Lanham, MD
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 123-124) and index.
|Statement||edited by Rudiger Dornbusch, John H. Makin, David Zlowe.|
|Series||AEI studies ;, 494|
|Contributions||Dornbusch, Rudiger., Makin, John H., Zlowe, David.|
|LC Classifications||HJ8899 .A44 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 127 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||89017767|
Alternative solutions to developing-country debt problems / edited by Rudiger Dornbusch, John H. Makin, Economic growth and external debt, by Dragoslav Avramovic [and others] Voluntary approaches to debt relief / John Williamson; Commercial bank lending and Third-World debt / . Introduction to "Developing Country Debt and the World Economy" Jeffrey D. Sachs. Chapter in NBER book Developing Country Debt and the World Economy (), Jeffrey D. Sachs, editor (p. 1 - 34) Conference held September , Published in by University of Chicago Press.
Developing country debt crises have been a recurrent phenomenon over the past two centuries. In recent times sovereign debt insolvency crises in developing and emerging economies peaked in the s and, again, from the middle s to the start of the new millennium. The developing world cities are suffering many very serious problems. These are a consequence of the rapid population growth, a lack of capital to invest and a non-existent, very poor and/or outdated ms1. Collapsing infrastructure. Many cities in the developing world do not have an infrastructure that is capable of dealing with the massive increases in population.
Overcoming Developing Country Debt Crises and the book thus puts forth alternative reform ideas for consideration. in order to not interfere with the orderly workout of debt problems in. The international debt of developing countries has become a central theme of debate in international forums since the s. Although the focus of interest is now shifting to the heavy indebtedness of some major economies like the USA the debt problem of developing countries still remains of some interest for the development perspective of the respective countries.
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Alternative solutions to developing-country debt problems. Washington, D.C.: American Enterprise for Public Policy Research ; Lanham, MD: Distributed by arrangement with University Press of America, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rudiger Dornbusch; John H Makin; David Zlowe.
John H. Makin & Rudiger Dornbusch & David Zlowe, "Alternative Solutions to Developing-Country Debt Problems," Books, American Enterprise Institute, number The book shows how the problem of developing country debt has become inexorably intertwined with the successful functioning of the global economic system.
This book is comprised of 14 chapters and opens with a historical overview of developing nations' debt before turning to LDC debt since the OPEC price increases and the developing. More editions of Alternative Solutions to Developing-Country Debt Problems (Aei Studies, ): Alternative Solutions to Developing-Country Debt Problems (Aei Studies, ): ISBN () Softcover, Aei Press, For dozens of developing countries, the financial upheavals of the s have set back economic development by a decade or more.
Poverty in those countries have intensified as they struggle under the burden of an enormous external debt. Inmore than six years after the onset of the crisis, almost all the debtor countries were still unable to borrow in the international capital markets on.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Alternative solutions to developing-country debt problems book of: Alternative solutions to developing-country debt problems. Description: pages ; 22 cm. Alternative Solutions to Developing-Country Debt Problems (Aei Studies, ): ISBN () Softcover, Aei Press, Elements of money (Dryden Press elements of economics series.
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Rudiger Dornbusch, John H. Makin. avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to Alternative Solutions to Developing-Country Debt Problems (AEI Studies, ) by. JEFFREY SACHS Harvard University HARRY HUIZINGA Harvard University U.S. Commercial Banks and the Developing-Country Debt Crisis THE DEBT CRISIS of the less developed countries broke out in.
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This chapter reviews alternative approaches and solutions to the debt of developing countries. The gravity and seeming novelty of the debt problem— the defaults of the s had long since been forgotten, not to mention earlier history— has also given rise to a burgeoning economics literature.
It has been characterized by three main thrusts. New Perspectives on Financing Small Business in Developing Countries.
by Sarath Rajapatirana | Ernst A. Brugger International Economics. The world is in the midst of a debt crisis, though much of the U.S. financial sector has employed extensive rhetoric and artful accounting to avoid admitting it.
The world first became aware that there was a problem when the Mexican government informed American banks in August that it was unable to pay the interest on its loans. Alternative Solutions to Developing-Country Debt Problems. Alternative Solutions to Developing-Country Debt Problems a été écrit par Rudiger Dornbusch qui connu comme un auteur et ont écrit beaucoup de livres intéressants avec une grande narration.
Alternative Solutions to Developing-Country Debt Problems a été l'un des livres de populer. Bolder, broader and more innovative solutions were urgently needed for developing countries to overcome external debt obstacles that blocked the achievement of development goals, several speakers.
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He can also point to some suc- cesses, such as Korea and other southeast Asian countries, and the.